Divyangon ki kalakriti logon ko kar rahi hai aakarshit
An article by Nav Bharat Times on the one week-long exhibition at the infamous Suraj Kund Mela of handicrafts products made with old newspaper.
Delhi का अनोखा 'Blind Cafe', यहां मन की आंखों से काम करतीं हैं नेत्रहीन महिलाएं | GNT
By Good News Today
The Good News Today team visited the Centre to capture and project the Blind Bake Cafe.
A Coverage on Blind Bake Cafe
By News Laundry
The efficient blind women chefs of the Blind Bake Cafe, are in news again. News Laundry projected the skills of the visually impaired women. Do listen to their journey, experiences and aspirations.
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BLIND BAKE CAFE IN NEWS
By Poonam Panoriya
- ABP News
Ever since the Blind Bake cafe has been opened for the public it has made a buzz all across the city. On December 7th, ABP News covered the cafe run by blind women at NAB India Centre for Blind Women & Disability Studies. …Read More.
Christmas Carnival In News
By Hindusthan Times
December 11, 2021
A report published in Hindusthan Times, highlighting the key events of the Christmas Carnival. An exhibition was held at the green lawn of NAB India Centre for Blind Women & Disability Studies. An occasion where the visually impaired men & women showcased their talent and potentials in different arenas engaging the crowd and spreading awareness. The crowd happily played chess, learned Braille and computer short commands.
Chiranjilal Dhanuka Memorial Service Award 2021
Ms. Shalini Khanna Sodhi, received the Chiranjilal Dhanuka Memorial Service Award, Lions Club Delhi, on 29th August 2021, for her remarkable contribution towards the upliftment and welfare of Visually Impaired or persons with blindness.
Driving the Dialogue on Diversity
By Shruti Pushkarna
March 11, 2021
Whether it’s Valentine’s Day, International Yoga Day, World Braille Day or International Women’s Day, I don’t believe in tokenism. A cause or community needs attention, acceptance and accolades round the year. One day can never be enough. But maybe an annual observance has a sense of association and awareness that can permeate through the societal mindset.
Earlier this week, when the world was celebrating International Women’s Day on March 8, I decided to speak to four powerful agents of change. Each of these women, armed with their passion, commitment and instinctive leadership, are transforming the way we look at disability and inclusion. …Read More